Born of Indian parents, Huerta trained at the Chapultepec Military College and eventually rose to the rank of general in the army during
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Victoriano Huerta. Victoriano Huerta was born José Victoriano Huerta Márquez on December 22, 1850, the only son and eldest of five children of peasant farmer Jesús Huerta Córdoba and and his wife María Lázara del Refugio Márquez. Victoriano Huerta, dictatorial president of Mexico (Feb. 18, 1913–July 15, 1914), whose regime united disparate revolutionary forces in common opposition to him. Victoriano Huerta (1854-1916) was a Mexican general and political leader who, in 1913, overthrew the first government to emerge from the Mexican Revolution and became the executive of a counterrevolutionary regime.. Victoriano Huerta was born of Huichol Indian parents in Colotlán, Jalisco, on Dec. 23, 1854. They lived in the barrio of Agua Gorda within the municipality of Colotlán, Jalisco.